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NIKE'S LATEST SB DUNK HIGH ARRIVES "UNBLEACHED"
A customizable pair for your fall sneaker lineup.
Nike is set to drop its SB Dunk High in a fall-ready neutral colorway, dubbed “Unbleached.”
With the aim to provide its customers with a DIY experience, the canvas underlays and overlays — which arrive colorless — can be dip-dyed in any shade of your choice. Elsewhere, hits of light brown can be found on the upper’s base, while the laces, mesh tongues and leather Swooshes come in white. Rounding off the kicks are the white midsoles and gum rubber outsoles, as well as the orange branding on the tongue tabs and insoles.
The Nike SB Dunk High “Unbleached” will reportedly drop at select skate shops. However, an official release date has yet to be announced.
In the meantime, check out the Dunk Low in “Pearl White.”
A Preview of the Nike Dunk High Fossil Rose
An initial look at the Nike Dunk High “Fossil Rose” is showcased as the model is suggested to make its debut in the coming months ahead. Donning an official color scheme of “Aura/Phantom-Fossil Rose-Summit White,” the preview showcases the sneaker’s overall build which consists as shaggy and smooth suede across its majority. Finally, a white midsole rounds out the overall profile.
Retailing for $120, look for the Nike Dunk High “Fossil Rose” at select Nike stockists and online this spring. Stay tuned for the official release date. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
In other Swoosh news, here’s when to cop the Nike Dunk Low “Marina Blue”.
Is the Gundam x Nike SB Dunk High Unicorn a Must-Cop?
The Gundam x Nike SB Dunk High “Unicorn” is slated to drop this month as a closer look at the exclusive pair is provided. Overall, this “White/Amarillo” colorway derives from the Japanese anime franchise Gundam, particularly from the Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn, a novel from the Gundam universe in celebration of its 15th anniversary. Details like the striking logo on the heel, geometric Swooshes that are interchangeable as a nod to its toy counterpart, followed by a paneled aesthetic throughout the upper to encapsulate the style of the Gundam suit rounds out the design.
Retailing for $110, look for this exclusive Nike Dunk High at select Nike stockists and online on October 12. The previous release date was listed for September 27. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Gundam X Nike SB Dunk High “Unicorn”. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Up next, here’s when to cop the Gundam x Nike SB Dunk High “Banshee”.
Name Gundam X Nike SB Dunk High Unicorn
Release Date November 10, 2021
Style Code DH7717-100
Minneapolis’ Familia Skateshop And First Avenue Music Venue Officially Announce Their Nike SB Dunk Collaboration
Teased by David Bluetile, owner of an eponymous line of skateboards, over the weekend, the Nike SB Dunk Low by Minneapolis’ Familia Skateshop and First Avenue music venue has been officially confirmed by the collaborators.
Clad in a predominantly “Black” colorway, the skate-ready proposition features a number of grey, “Voltage Purple” and white-colored detailing inspired by one of the “Twin Cities”‘ most iconic institutions for live music. Located on First Avenue and 7th Street Entry, the aptly-named First Avenue locale has been hosting talent the likes of U2, Ray Charles, Sun Ra and many more since opening its doors in 1970. The “danceteria” prides itself on being more than a stage, soundboard and four walls, paying particular attention to independent acts of all levels that’ve surfaced over the last 51 years.
For the Nike Dunk collaboration, both Minneapolis spots have decided for an arrangement that brings the iconic curved building on the corner of the aforementioned address to sneaker form: perforations at the toe box are shaped like stars, mimicking those painted onto the venue’s outside facade; white stars are embroidered onto the lateral heel, which is constructed with a brick-like pattern. Velvet inner-lining delivers comfort to wearers while also resembling the ropes often found outside nightclubs. Sock-liners also contribute to the homage to “Twin Cities” culture given that a purple ticket stub graphic is stamped onto them; an “April 3rd, 1970” date is written on them which likely nods to First Avenue’s opening night.
The Familia x First Avenue x SB Dunk Low will release exclusively at skate-shops through shop-specific raffles, with many of them opening up for local residents on December 9th. Continue ahead to learn where the shoes will be carried, and enjoy photography by Dan Huseby as well.
For more swoosh-branded footwear, check out the Air Max 1, which celebrates its 35th anniversary in 2022.
Familia Skateshop x First Avenue x Nike SB Dunk Low
Release Date: December 11th, 2021
Color: Black/Voltage Purple/White
Style Code: DJ1159-001
Take an Official Look at the Nike SB Dunk Low "Chlorophyll"
Nike (NYSE:NKE +0.63%) SB has recently been releasing a multitude of out-of-the-box Dunk Low editions and is now taking a few steps back into the ’80s as it receives a “Chlorophyll” treatment. The classic color scheme was last seen on the Air Jordan 3 and first debuted on the Air Trainer 1 from 1987.
Mike Packer of Packer Shoes recently sat down with HYPEBEAST for a Sole Mates episode to discuss his affinity for the specific Air Trainer 1 in the definitive combination of the leather, suedes and shades. The latest offering at hand is constructed with more circulation through the perforated leather hitting both the toe boxes and quarters. Suede overlays wrap around the uppers with a black mudguard and lateral Swoosh while the eyestays, heel and heel tab are decked in a smokey gray hue. The “Chlorophyll Green” is found on the branding label, tongue and embroidered heel tab with a white midsole and gray rubber outsole to complete the look.
Mark your calendar for the Nike SB Dunk Low “Chlorophyll” set to release some time in November at select retailers and via Nike for $100 USD.
For more sneaker news, here’s the colorway info for the rumored Union x Air Jordan 2 collab that recently surfaced.